Albergo Il Focolare
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... the two different Rissole type things which were delicious. One was with Tuna, and the other had Aubergine. These simple morsels were the tastiest food we have had so far. Helen's first Soave wine didn't touch the sides, and she isn't impressed that it was only a small glass. The countess' Italian is rubbish; in fact she intermingles German and English words, which just confuses everyone. But over the last couple of years, I have picked up enough to get by. My mate Tim of ...
Following our unusually good fortune in meeting both Queen Elizabeth and the Pope and having them both briefly dance for us. We heard that George Clooney would be in Venice doing a series of press conference's about his recent wedding while we would be there, and thought that if we could get close enough, perhaps he would also do a little jig for us as well. Just after lunch whilst on a tour in Venice, a limousine pulled up near St Marks Square and ...
... it just gets maddening! So when we finally made our way to St. Mark's Square today, we felt rather proud! And it was not without much angst, I assure you! And oh my gosh the crowds! Thousands and thousands of people milling around the maze of a city, congregating in the squares, shopping in the hundreds of shops (I did a little shopping of my own), eating at the hundreds of cafes....just not like anything we've ever seen. St. Mark's is pretty, and seeing the sea and the other ...
28May another beautiful view to Venice
The cruise back into Venice with the Italian accompaniment was again beautiful.We have been told that the ships coming in and out like this is going to stop come November because there is damage being done by allowing the cruise ships in so close.
We have had a mixed day. It was great to get to St Mark's Square-along with the thousands there today! We bought a day pass.
Had listened to Rick ...
... I love that Venice was put on the map by people stealing the bones of a saint. There just seems to be some great irony in a religion celebrating good old-fashioned thievery. Also, like any good merchant city of old or tourist city of today, they've figured out how to keep making money on it.
We then spent the next 8 hours walking back from San Marco’s to the train station. Sort of. What we really did is wander around the shops, take tons ...